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Great pics, I really love the stem covered in moss and nepenthes ;)

The first pictures of your last post looks like muluensis to me. ("Nepenthes sp. gunung murud")

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Thanks Vincenzo,

Thanks Stefan,
This nepenthes was bought from BCP as:
N. murudensis or maybe hybrid with tentaculata? (Church Camp, Gunung Murud, Borneo, Malaysia), after a year the BCP changed its name to Nepenthes spec. {Black hybrid with tentaculata-murudensis? or new species} -
I will have a good comparison when my muluensis will be bigger

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Nepenthes spathulata x dubia
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Nepenthes benstonei (Bukit Bakar, Kelantan, Malaysia)
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Nepenthes ampullaria x rafflesiana.
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Nepenthes veitchii Golden Peristome
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Nepenthes ventricosa x rhombicaulis
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Nepenthes platychila
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Nepenthes robcantleyi
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Nepenthes pervillei
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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Trusmadi, Borneo)
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I have no idea, but it looks interesting on the pitcher, sometimes mushrooms grow in my terrariums, but generally only on the live Sphagnum mosses

 

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Nepenthes spectabilis x ventricosa
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Nepenthes Miranda
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Nepenthes Linda
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Nepenthes villosa (Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo)
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Nepenthes macrophylla (Gunung Trusmadi, Borneo)
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Nepenthes argentii (Philippines)
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Nepenthes burkei
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Nepenthes ventricosa x hamata
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I love the peristome on your N. Miranda. Stunning photos as always, thanks for sharing.

What conditions do you grow your N. ventricosa x hamata hybrid in?

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Thanks Tom,

N. ventricosa x hamata is growing in my highland phitotron.
Air conditioning is set: day temp 22, night 15; but inside the terrariums in the day the temperature can be higher (from fluorescent lamps) - can be up to 23-24.

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Nepenthes muluensis x lowii
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Nepenthes diatas
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Nepenthes veitchii Striped Peristome (Gunung Murud, Borneo)
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Nepenthes Louisa
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Nepenthes Miranda
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Nepenthes hamata (Gunung Lumut)
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Nepenthes bicalcarata
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wow! Very nice pitcher! What artificial lighting do you use?


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Tom, my N. muluensis now is tiny, but I hope that it will be growing well.
 
 
Nepenthes hamata (Gunung Lumut)
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Nepenthes pitopangii (Ivory Colored Form)
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wow! very nice pitcher! What artificial lighting do you use?


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wow! very nice plants!
How much electric power do you use for your artificial lighting?


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As an artificial lighting mainly I use the fluorescent Silvania Grolux
 

In the terrariums I use 4x54W Sylvania Grolux and 2 x LED SKYLIGHT BASIC lamps 9W - 950 lm - I have four terrariums (4x234W=936W)
On the bookstands for plant cultivation in fitotrons (or phytotrons) I have 6x39W Sylvania Grolux on each shelf - a total of 16 such shelves (3744W).
In the greenhouse I have sodium lamps 10 x 400W (4000W).

 

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7 hours ago, cardinal said:

Thanks ^^

How often do you ventilate?

The terrariums are gravitational ventilation,  I do not use any fans.

In the greenhouse I have computer control of ventilation windows.

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wow..!
I want to ask one more thing.. ^^
what is gravitational ventilation?


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Gravitational ventilation (called natural ventilation) is the process of supplying air to and removing air from an indoor space without using mechanical systems. It refers to the flow of external air to an indoor space as a result of pressure differences (temperature).

 

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Schemes come from: http://www.tropical-hobbies.com/vivariumsterrariums-components-5

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When you are cultivating nepenthes, are there differences between the live sphagnum moss and a mix of coco chips, pumice, perlite that are used as soil?


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Both substrates work very well, their use depends on species preference and plant growing conditions - mainly on the way and intensity of watering.

In my greenhouse Nepenthes better are growon in the mix for epiphytes (the substrate with organic and mineral components), it offers very stable conditions, and is significantly more fertile than that of alive Sphagnum moss.
The substrate of alive Sphagnum moss is very poor in nutrients, because most of the available nutrients take sphagnum mosses and with time tends to become too compact and retain too much water.

Species that require constant very high humidity of the substrate (wet substrate) I cultivate in the living Sphagnum.

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What kind of species that constantly require high humidity of the substrate?


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What kinds of species that constantly require high humidity of the substrate?

 

 

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eg N. campanulata, N. chaniana, N. ephippiata and N.  hirsuta - need a wet substrate that can not dry out – these are best grown in living Sphagnum

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